Announcing JesCov – JavaScript code coverage

It seems the JavaScript tool space is not completely saturated yet. As I mentioned in my previous post I’ve had particular trouble finding a good solution to code coverage. So I decided to build my own version of it. The specific feature to notice is transparent translation of source code and support for branch coverage. It also has some limitations at the moment, of course. This is release 0.0.1 and as such is definitely a first release. If you happen to use the Jasmine JUnit runner it should be possible to drop in this directly and have something working immediately.

You can find information, examples and downloads here: